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May 13, 2020 32 min
Dr. Singh describes what it's like to contract the Coronavirus. He discusses how the disease effected his practice and how it enhanced his relationship with the COVID-19 patients he treats. He discusses COVID care, the safety of emergency facilities, and the balance of staff safety and health. (2:00) What it's like to contract COVID-19. (6:00) The challenges of "opening society". (7:30) Shortages PPE. (9:15) Ventilators and the staff needed to operate them. (12:00) Heart Disease, Lung Disease, and the effect of COVID. (19:15) NYC 7pm Salute to Healthcare workers Hosted by Bill Curtis and Dr. Steven Taback Learn more: Medicine, We're Still Practicing And Follow Us Facebook | Instagram | Twitter A CurtCo Media Production Music by Celleste & Eric Dick Produced by Mike Thomas See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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